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Two Tails

By Tom Cassidy, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Dull animated alien adventure has slapstick violence.

Movie PG 2019 75 minutes
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Community Reviews

age 6+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 6+

An overrated cash cow

How has this show been going on for 9 years? It's not good! The show follows Gamwall and his misfit family that always get in trouble. As you can clearly see, it’s a complete copy of The Amazing World Of Gumball. All the kids are spoiled brats who get away with everything ( For example, In one episode, Gamwall’s family goes to a fancy restaurant and he FLUSHES HIS PARENTS CAR KEYS DOWN THE TOILET BECAUSE THEY DIDNT HAVE THE FOOD HE WANTED AND HIS PARENTS DO NOTHING) This show also has low quality animation, terrible jokes, annoying catchphrases, and boring episode plots. Parents should watch out for these types of shows these days. Looking at the counterism this series has produced, keep your kids away from this show.
age 6+

Incoherent storyline, dull and dreary.

Poorly animated, incoherent storyline, and babbling characters made for this title most disappointing. At one point one of the characters engages in gambling, gaining winnings in a game of rock, paper, scissors.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say: (2 ):
Kids say: Not yet rated

The story is simple to follow but the stilted pace is likely to struggle to hold viewers' attention. There's no escape from the fact that Two Tails' bare-bones plot and poor production values make it feel no weightier or more attractive than an episode of another Russian import, Masha and the Bear. The human characters in particular look unappealing and cold but the furry animals and playful aliens are barely any cuter.

The slapstick humor is rarely clever or funny and the recurring jokes aimed at adults -- a 2001: A Space Odyssey sequence and a play on President Trump's "Make America Great Again" campaign slogan -- fall flat. There is some charm to be found during Max and Bob's first encounter, but the movie soon runs out of steam. The dubbed English-language audio track is particularly poor, with uncredited actors phoning in their lines in a lackluster manner.

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